Media Editors / June 28, 2018

Thursday Top Headlines

Kennedy retires, House rejects immigration bill, Mexican violence, North Korea, and more.

  • Justice Kennedy to retire from SCOTUS (National Review)

  • Trump reportedly has five frontrunners to replace Anthony Kennedy on Supreme Court (The Washington Times)

  • House rejects second GOP immigration bill (The Hill)

  • States sue Trump administration over separation of immigrant families (Reuters)

  • Dem congressman: Illegal minors at detention center “didn’t seem to be distraught” (CNS News)

  • DHS asks military for space to house 12,000 migrant family members (NBC News)

  • More than a hundred politicians have been killed ahead of Mexico’s elections (The Daily Wire)

  • FBI agent grilled over texts in long, closed-door hearing (The Hill)

  • Trump/Putin summit set for Helsinki, Finland, on July 16 (CBS News)

  • Again, don’t trust; verify: North Korea appears to be rapidly upgrading nuclear site (The Daily Wire)

  • White House retreats from plans for strict limits on Chinese investment (The Wall Street Journal)

  • Man accused of driving into crowd at Charlottesville rally, killing one person, charged with federal hate crimes (Fox News)

  • To ensure “safe place for everyone,” Facebook purges 10,000 accounts (The Western Journal)

  • Space Force? Check. Trump administration weighing underground military force (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Libyan militia leader gets 22-year sentence in Benghazi attacks that killed U.S. ambassador — prosecutors had sought life (The Washington Post)

  • Humor/not humor: As Justice Kennedy retires, nation takes moment to thank God Hillary Clinton not president (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Price transparency key to saving Medicare and lowering the debt (Manhattan Institute)

  • Policy: Seven Social Security myths (E21)

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